Liveliest Lobster New York 2001 - Nick's
I know you wish you were sitting at a lobster pound in Maine, but the closest thing we've got is NICK'S, with a big wooden deck hanging precariously over Jamaica Bay. With the pungent smell of marine oil from the adjacent marina, it does a pretty damn good imitation of Maine. The lobsters are excellent, steamed to your order, and presented with drawn butter, lemon, and a bib. Ignore the rest of the menu if you know what's good for you. Amazingly, Nick's boasts a Flatbush Avenue address.